Estimated cost $49,000
GV80 SUV is back with a bang. Now with two new turbocharged engines, (like the GV80) this model offers over 300 hp.
And wait until you see their interior. With its minimalist yet chic design you can sit back and enjoy the incredible infotainment system on a huge 14.5-inch screen.
Estimated cost: $22,000
historically the Honda Civic has been replaced with a new model every five years, roughly. This is why we are expecting the 11th generation to be entirely rehashed. Look forward to new technological development and more advanced powertrain.
Look forward to new styling and technology and updated powertrains. Taking the popularity of the coupe and hatchback into account, Honda will likely release those styles too, as well as the popular four-door sedan.
Estimated cost: $19,000
The new Elantra remains to be the flagship of Hyundai's design revolution. This time, it just got a slight face-lift. In typical Hyundai fashion, the new Elantra will be available with a myriad of tech features, such as two 10.3-inch displays, wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto integration, and phone-as-key feature. This is the first time that the hybrid model brings a fuel economy of more than 50 mpg.
The N-Line and full-fledged N model will likely follow the Elantra and the hybrid.
Estimated cost: $55,000
This is essentially a refreshed version of the current E-Class, with an upgraded grille, bumper, and new LED lights. The 3.0-liter turbocharged V-6 has officially been replaced by the 3.0-liter turbocharged mild-hybrid inline-six (still the same 362 hp and 369 lb-ft of torque.) An additional plug-in hybrid E 350e with a powertrain of the 2.0-liter turbo-four now joins the ranks.
The engine which has a similar architecture to the 48-volt mild hybrid system with the new inline-six will arrive as early as the end of this year.
Estimated cost: $45,000-$70,000
Some people might take issue with this new grille, but BMW just wants us to get used to it. It is technically pretty similar to the 3 Series which means the U.S. consumers should expect the following; turbocharged gasoline four- and six-cylinder inline engines with eight-speed automatic transmissions and rear- or all-wheel drive.
Don't expect any manual transmission, this is dead in today's market.